"This recipe contains both cinnamon and ginger, which might help improve blood glucose levels," says Pankonin.
"A smoothie that tastes like a sweet, decadent treat can actually be healthy and support good blood sugar balance," says Hultin.
"This recipe contains pumpkin, which is a good source of fiber and can be helpful for reducing spikes in blood sugar," says Pankonin.
"Cooling chronic inflammation in the body can be a critical piece of long-term blood sugar management so choosing anti-inflammatory ingredients is key," says Hultin.
"I love this one because it contains dark leafy greens, fruits, and powdered peanuts," says Pankonin.
"With an unsweetened non-dairy milk base, you can boost the protein even more with peanut powder while the 'sweet' comes from a fiber-rich banana," says Hultin.
"This is a seriously high fiber smoothie that's also packed full of protein," says Hultin.
"With both milk and Greek yogurt, this smoothie is well-balanced, with protein in addition to the high fiber, and flavorful fruit," says Hultin.